I get it. You know how to use Sublime and like to think you're pretty good with it. You've got enough on your plate without learning a 20 year old text editor which is going to slow you down for a while. There are deadlines to think of.
I hear you James. Really, I do. But here's why you're wrong:
Screenshot of Vim being awesome
That said, there are a few things you should know before you start.
There are a few Vim plugins which will make life easier (install them with Pathogen). None of them are absolutley critical, mind you neither is central heating but I think we can all agree it's a pretty good idea.
Bottom line, it's worth your time to learn Vim. I promise you.
Neither do I. You're busy, and so is your inbox. I'll only be in touch when I publish something new. And of course it goes without saying your email will be kept completely private.